The commercial centre of Phoenix will have gone through great transitions by November of this year.
The commercial centre of Phoenix will undergo a series of renovation works as from this week to last for the coming 9 months during which it will remain operational throughout (including the parking station). An investment of Rs 350 million has been made and 300 jobs have been generated.
The firm Rehm Grinaker has bagged the contract for the works. The phase 1 and 2 of the renovation works started off on Monday, February 1. The shopping centre will be changed to “improve the experience of visitors”, reports l’Express.mu. The final product will be ready by the end of November.
The initial stages will entail the food court and the shops as well as the “open sky” spaces at the entrance.
The aim is to constantly provide new formulas for the 80 shops and 485,000 visitors per month,
says Nilesh Dabysing, the Asset Manager of EnAtt Ltd which manages the commercial centre since 2014, in a statement to l’Express.mu.